Improve Your Curb Appeal with Vinyl Siding or Fiber Cement Siding from Dan's Siding

Dan's Siding offers a wide range of colors, sizes and styles of vinyl siding and fiber cement siding:

Vinyl Siding: Today's vinyl siding is virtually maintenance free. The color does not peel, blister or flake, so there is never a need to paint. As the most popular and cost-effective choice for home exteriors, vinyl siding also offers great curb appeal with more trim options, more styles and more colors than ever before. Vinyl siding can withstand high winds (certified up to 90 mph or higher) as well as heat in excess of 100°F and sub-zero cold. Plus vinyl siding is resistant to termite infestation and moisture buildup.


Insulated Vinyl Siding is the newest innovation in vinyl siding. Insulated vinyl siding is fused to a foam backing material, to create an all-in-one siding and insulation system. Adding the additional foam insulation layer can help you save on heating and cooling costs. It is not only energy efficient, but also highly impact resistant giving your home solid support. Unlike conventional siding, the foam offers additional protection against dents and other impact damage, allowing the siding to remain aesthetically pleasing, functional, and lasting. The system provides the thermal insulation benefits of foam sheathing in a format that enhances the appearance and performance of vinyl siding, including sound control properties.


Vertical Siding: Recreates all the elements of a classic vertical finish, without the costly upkeep of wood siding. Board & Batten Vertical Siding recreates the bold vertical lines of early-American architecture. This product features a 7 inch wide profile and rough, cedar-grain, low-gloss finish.


Fiber Cement Siding For homeowners that want the look of wood but don't want the hassles and costs associated with it, fiber-cement siding may be an excellant alternative. Fiber-cement siding is more durable than wood, termite-resistant, water-resistant and non-combustible. Fiber-cement siding is a composite made of cement, sand, and cellulose fiber. The cost of fiber cement siding is more than vinyl siding, but less than wood siding. Unless top coat is applied in the factory, siding may need to be painted every four or five years. Fiber-cement siding is appropriate for hot and humid climates because it is resistant to rot, fungus and termite infestation. It also has good weathering characteristics, strength, and impact resistance.
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